Analysis and debate in social policy, 2015 / edited by Zoë Irving, Memmo Fenger and John Hudson.
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|Subject:||Public welfare > Great Britain.
Great Britain > Social policy.
- ISBN: 9781447322788
- ISBN: 1447322789
- Physical Description: 1 online resource.
- Publisher: Bristol : Policy Press, 2015.
- Copyright: ©2015
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| List of tables and figures; Notes on contributors; Introduction; Part One: Continuities and change in UK social policy ; one Britain's hunger crisis: where's the social policy?; two Social security policy and low wages in austere times ; three Responsibilisation of everyday life: housing and welfare; four 'The end of local government as we know it' -- what next for adult social care?; Part Two: Contributions from the Social Policy Association Conference 2014; five Towards the Welfare Commons: contestation, critique and.
Six New keys for old doors: breaking the vicious circle connecting homelessness and re-offendingseven Embedded neglect, entrenched abuse: market failure and mistreatment in elderly residential care ; eight What variety of employment service quasi-market? Ireland's JobPath as a private power market; Part Three: 25 years after The three worlds of welfare capitalism: a retrospective ; nine Applying welfare regime ideal types in empirical analysis: the example of activation.
Ten What if we waited a little longer? The dependent variable problem within the comparative analysis of the welfare state revisited eleven The welfare modelling business in the East Asian welfare state debate ; twelve The role of regime-type analysis in OECD work on social policy and family ; Index.
|Summary:|| This exciting volume brings together international scholarship to address a broad range of issues including the effects of financialisation on services and care provision, policies to address deficiencies in housing and labour markets and ways in which the study of social policy may need to develop.
|Source of Description Note:|| Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed July 1, 2015).